CAR BREAKING & RECYCLING
Scrap your car for breaking with Brit Cars International Ltd.
If you’re in Durham looking to get rid of your car or van, the number of options available can become overwhelming. You can use Scrap Car Comparison sites but they do not offer the most competitive quotes in the market or include free collection when it suits you best.
We area Fully Licensed Breakers, so you can be sure you’re getting the best deal – the price you’re quoted is the price you’ll receive, we’ll never haggle on price and you’ll be paid on the same day your vehicle is collected.
We are Based in Sacriston County Durham and service the whole of the North East including -
Durham, Sacriston, Belmont, Gilesgate, Brandon, Sherburn, Pittington, Ferryhill, Wolsingham, Wingate, Lanchester, Consett, Pity Me, Chester-le-Street, Peter Lee, Spennymoor, Washington, Sunderland, Newcastle and all surrounding areas.
Your vehicle could be worth more money to you if you sell it to us for recycling!
What this means is that when you submit your car to us, we will strip it of any parts that are in good enough condition to be sold and re-used by other vehicle owners through our own online shop.
In this day and age of recycling, car breaking is the most efficient way of preserving materials that go into making vehicles and a cost effective solution for replacing any car parts that you may need.
Our Breakers yard is a fully licensed operation meaning that you can be sure that your car is in good hands when it is submitted to us, with the vehicle having at least 85% of its components recycled to a government-approved environmentally friendly standard.
End of life vehicle disposal
Every year, millions of tons of waste are generated when cars are scrapped – and it’s important this waste is managed correctly. When it is decided that a car will become an ELV, it must be handled, dismantled and disposed of in a way that is as environmentally friendly as possible.
In the UK, end of life vehicles can only be dismantled by Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs). When a car is collected by or delivered to an ATF, it is considered hazardous waste and is handled in line with end of life vehicle regulations – created in 2003, but updated in 2015 to this current version.
When the ATF that is handling your car confirms with the DVLA that it has been processed following these regulations, a certificate of destruction (COD) is generated, and the vehicle is deregistered.
Car Breaking Valuation & Collection
We make it as easy as possible for you to make money from your old vehicle, simply get in touch with us on the phone – 01914479796, or via the contact form on the website. From here we can give you a valuation of the car and if you are happy, we can come and collect your vehicle on our recovery truck, meaning you won’t have to travel anywhere!